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January 15, 2013

Haggis & Cracked Black Pepper Potato Crisps

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Finally.

From Mackie's of Scotland —unlikely you're gonna accept a haggis chip from anywhere else, what? — comes this signature snack.

Writes Mackie's, "We hoped to be distinctively Scottish and were delighted to find that this mix of Haggis and Cracked Black Pepper is a great and more-ish crisp flavour. You may be surprised."

Don't take to haggis?

No worries: for you there's Scotch Bonnet Chilli [sic] Pepper, Flamegrilled Aberdeen Angus, and Mature Cheddar & Onion (among others) to satisfy your hankering for something crunchy to accompany that wee dram.

Follow them @mackies_crisps on Twitter, they like that sort of thing.

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Comments

You have featured a microwave chip maker here before, though I just use what is in the room... this:

http://microfan.net/index-old.html

No fat, no salt, just cracked pepper. Not too much pepper though, as while I turn the pepper mill perhaps 50 times for a normal dish (I'm a pepper addict), one turn per crisp is enough.

Wonderful!

Side note. I don't know how many here from the US know of Peugeot, as they don't sell cars or scooters in America. Peugeot actually started life as a pepper mill maker, and still make the world's best. I have one that has been in very heavy use since my wedding 12 years ago. Thoroughly recommended.

Posted by: Fred | Jan 15, 2013 11:00:59 PM

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